Pat Kelly recently celebrated her 100th birthday. Check out the June 7 issue for the full article about Pat Kelly. Photo Submitted by Melanie Kelly
The June Quarterly Luncheon for the Olney Chamber of Commerce boasted strong attendance and a panel of speakers representing Olney Independent School District. There were 40 people from member businesses and individual members of the community to hear from guest speakers Jake Bailey, OISD board president; Olney Elementary School principal Gunter Rodriguez, and the new Junior High and High School principals Brianne Brock (OHS) and Ed Berngen (OJHS).
With summer in full swing and temperatures reaching 100 degrees or more, it is time to start finding things to do this summer that include the AC. Our friends over at the Young County Olney Senior Cub Center have the perfect way to enjoy good company, AC and a fun afternoon. The Cub Center offers Bingo every Wednesday from 10:30 am till 11:30 AM, its free and there are always plenty of prizes for the winners. After Bingo hang around for good food and continued conversation with good friends, the Cub Center serves up a delicious, nutritious and low cost lunch Monday through Fridays at noon. The last Thursday of every month the Cub Center celebrates birthday month with cake and a rousing round of Happy Birthday sung by all attendees. The Cub Center is located at 302 South Ave B in Olney. Photo by Will Sadler
Nita Hearne celebrates her birthday at the Senior Cub Center. Cake provided by Kindred Care. Photo by Pat Ciurtis
Finfrock faces off in the Nov. 8 general election against Win Graham, the victor of the Republican primary. Texas election rules state that Finfrock will not be identified by political party on the ballot, said Kaitlyn Mosley, Young County elections administrator.